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Noteworthy | 6.22.2012

This week I’ve got some designer news, some hot products, and some new calls to bring to you….and of course, as always, some great links.

The Gaylord Opryland convention center in Nashville, TN, which will host a CK Convention on Aug. 24th-25th, was the site of a large mechanical explosion on Tuesday that evacuated the hotel for several hours. The explosion did an estimated $750,000 in damage, but Gaylord officials told the Tennessean that the damage was limited to a relatively small 4,000 square foot area and the damage should be repaired by June 30th. Officials also told the Tennessean that they did not expect the damage to interfere with events at the property.

Fans of Hambly will be happy to hear that Allison Kreft isn’t going away…Echo Park announced this week that it will be releasing a collection she designed, called Everyday Eclectic!

Allison’s style is easily visible in Everyday Eclectic – and it’s a perfect fit for Echo Park as well. This collection will make both Hambly and Echo Park fans happy! Continue Reading →

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Paperclipping Roundtable #110: Clash of the Die-Cutting Machines

This week we got down and dirty about one of the most contested categories in the industry: die cutting equipment. Christine Urias and Kerri Bradford joined the panel as we discussed what is out there, what we use and why it works for us.

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Paperclipping Roundtable #85: The Many Faces of Neutral

This week on the Roundtable, May Flaum and Christine Urias joined us to talk about the evolution of the concept of neutral in the industry – we covered over a decade of change in what is considered staples in color, theme and pattern!

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Paperclipping Roundtable #30: CHA Summer 2010

This week on the Roundtable, we talked CHA, CHA and more CHA! Christine Urias and I called into the Roundtable live from the CHA Summer 2010 trade show in Rosemont (Chicago), Illinois to talk about all the latest trends and products that were on display.

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